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Most of the following articles are available online via the NHS Scotland eLibrary.
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anguage Therapy


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Aphasia

1. Xavier deBoissezo
n, Patrice Peran, Chloé deBoysson and Jean
-
François Démonet.
(2007)
Pharmacotherapy of aphasia: Myth or reality?
Brain and Language,
Vol.102
Iss.1; p. 114
-
125
Article

2. Linda J. Garcia, Mercedes M. H. Sc Rebolledo, Lynn M. H. Sc Metthe and Renee M. H. Sc
Lefebvre. (2007)
The Potential of Virtual Reality to Assess Functional
Communication in Aphasia,
Topics in Language Disorders.Virt
ual Reality: Exploring New
Dimensions for Conversation, Language, and Learning,
Vol.27 Iss.3; p. 272
-
288
Article

3. Julie L. Wa
mbaugh and Morelia Ferguson. (2007)
Application of semantic feature
analysis to retrieval of action names in aphasia,
Journal of Rehabilitation Research
and Development,
Vol.44 Iss.3; p. 381
Article



Dysphagia


1. Claire Bateman, Paula Leslie and Michael Drinnan. (2007)
Adult Dysphagia
Assessment in the UK and Ireland: Are SLTs Assessing the Same Factors?
Dysphagia,
Vol.22 Iss.3; p. 174
-
186
Article

2. Catharine Pettigrew and Ciara O’Toole. (2007)
Dysphagia Evaluation Practices of
Speech a
nd Language Therapists in Ireland: Clinical Assessment and
Instrumental Examination Decision
-
Making,
Dysphagia,
Vol.22 Iss.3; p. 235
-
244
Article

3. Julie A. G. Stierwalt and Scott R. Youmans. (2007)
Tongue Measures in Individuals
With Normal and Impaired Swallowing,
American Journal of Speech
-

Language
Pathology,
Vol.16 Iss.2; p. 148
Article


Paediatrics

1. Angela O. Ballantyne, Amy M. Spilkin and Doris A. Trauner. (2007)
The Revision
Decision: Is Change Always Good
? A Comparison of CELF
-
R and CELF
-
3 Test
Scores in Children With Language Impairment, Focal Brain Damage, and Typical
Development,
Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools,
Vol.38 Iss.3; p. 182
Article

2. Bonnie Brinton and Martin Fujiki. (2006)
Social Intervention for Children With
Language Impairment: Factors Affecting Efficacy,
Communication Disorders
Quarterly,
Vol.28 Iss.1; p. 39
Article

3. Ann Clark, Anne O'Hare, Jocelynne Watson, et al. (2007)
Severe receptive language
diso
rder in childhood
--
familial aspects and long
-
term outcomes: results from a
Scottish study,
Archives of Disease in Childhood,
Vol.92 Iss.7; p. 614
-
619
Article

4. M. T. Clarke, C. Donlan, C. Lister, J. W
right, C. Newton and J. Cherguit. (2007)
The
provision of communication aids to children in England: an analysis of
applications to the Communication Aids Project,
Child: Care, Health & Development,
Vol.33 Iss.5; p. 569
-
575
Article

5. J. Dalzell, H. Nelson, C. Haigh, A. Williams and P. Monti. (2007)
Involving families
who have deaf children using a Family Needs Survey: a multi
-
a
gency perspective,
Child: Care, Health & Development,
Vol.33 Iss.5; p. 576
-
585
Article

6. Allison M. Haskill and Ann A. Tyler
. (2007)
A Comparison of Linguistic Profiles in
Subgroups of Children With Specific Language Impairment,
American Journal of
Speech
-

Language Pathology,
Vol.16 Iss.3; p. 209
Article

7. Soile Loukusa, Eeva Leinonen, Katja Jussila, et al. (2007)
Answering contextually
demanding questions: Pragmatic errors produced by children with Asperger
syndrome or high
-
functioning aut
ism,
Journal of Communication Disorders,
Vol.40
Iss.5; p. 357
-
381
Article

8. Leslie Rescorla, Gail S. Ross and Sarah McClure. (2007
)
Language Delay and
Behavioral/Emotional Problems in Toddlers: Findings From Two Developmental
Clinics,
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research,
Vol.50 Iss.4; p. 1063
Article

9. Susan Rvachew. (2007)
Phonological Processing and Reading in Children With
Speech Sound Disorders,
American Journal of Speech
-

Language Pathology,
Vol.16
Iss.3; p. 260
Article

10. Geralyn R. C. C. C. S. L. P. Timler, Dawn C. C. C. S. L. P. VoglerElias and K. Fay McGill.
(2007)
Strategies for Promotin
g Generalization of Social Communication Skills in
Preschoolers and School
-
aged Children,
Topics in Language Disorders.Social
Communication Problems and Peer Interactions,
Vol.27 Iss.2; p. 167
-
181
Article


Stutter

1. Shelley B. Brundage and B. R. S.
-
F D. Ccc. (2007)
Virtual Reality Augmentation for
Functional Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering,
Topics in Language
Disorders.Vi
rtual Reality: Exploring New Dimensions for Conversation, Language, and
Learning,
Vol.27 Iss.3; p. 254
-
271
Article

2. Stephen D
avis, Daniella Shisca and Peter Howell. (2007)
Anxiety in speakers who
persist and recover from stuttering,
Journal of Communication Disorders,
Vol.40 Iss.5;
p. 398
-
417
Article

3. Jack E. James. (2007)
Claims of a 'new' stuttering treatment using time
-
out from
speaking are exaggerated: A brief review of the literature and commentary on
Hewat et al. (2006),
Disability & Rehabilitation,

Vol.29 Iss.13; p. 1057
-
1060
Article


Miscellaneous

1. Joseph R. Duffy, Richard K. Peach and Edythe A. Strand. (2007)
Progressive Apraxia
of Speech as a Sign
of Motor Neuron Disease,
American Journal of Speech
-

Language
Pathology,
Vol.16 Iss.3; p. 198
Article

2. DavidR Moor
e. (2007)
Auditory processing disorders: Acquisition and treatment,
Journal of Communication Disorders,
Vol.40 Iss.4; p. 295
-
304
Art
icle

3. Shimon Sapir, Jennifer L. Spielman, Lorraine O. Ramig, Brad H. Story and Cynthia Fox.
(2007)
Effects of Intensive Voice Treatment (the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment
[LSVT]) on Vowel Articulation in Dysarthric Individuals With Idiopathic Parkinson
Disease: Acoustic and Perceptual Findings,
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing
Research,
Vol.50 Iss.4; p. 899
Arti
cle

4. Jennifer Spielman, Lorraine O. Ramig, Leslie Mahler, Angela Halpern and William J.
Gavin. (2007)
Effects of an Extended Version of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment
on Voice and Speech in Parkinson's Disease,
American Journal of Speech
-

Language
P
athology,
Vol.16 Iss.2; p. 95
Article

5. Cindy S. Spillers. (2007)
An Existential Framework for Understanding the
Coun
seling Needs of Clients,
American Journal of Speech
-

Language Pathology,
Vol.16
Iss.3; p. 191
Article